Threats and splits by religious MPs and voters

By John Warhurst
September 12 2019 - 4:00am

Faith-based MPs and voters are at the heart of political controversy at the both the federal and NSW state level. The issues linking the two levels of government are abortion legislation and freedom of religion. What the levels also have in common is that the two governments each have small majorities in their parliaments, leaving them especially open to blackmail by dissident MPs.

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